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Full List of Winners at the 45th Annual Dove Awards

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The 45th Annual Dove Awards took place yesterday in Nashville, and we have the full list of winners below! Co-hosted by Lecrae and Bart Milliard, the show drew a record attendance at the Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University.

The entire show will be broadcast exclusively on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) on Sunday, October 12th. Tye Tribbett, Erica Campbell and Donnie McClurkin are just a few of our favorites that took home an award. Scroll down to find out who else went home a winner last night.

 

Song of the Year – Cat 1

“Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” –

Hillsong UNITED, (writers) Matt

Crocker, Joel Houston, Salomon

Ligthelm (publisher) Hillsong Music

Publishing/EMICMGPublishing.com

 

Songwriter of the Year – Cat 2

Chris Tomlin

 

Contemporary Christian Performance of the Year – Cat 3

“Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” –

Hillsong UNITED, Hillsong

Music/Sparrow Records, (producer)

Michael Guy Chislett

 

Southern Gospel Performance of the Year – Cat 4

“Say Amen” – Brian Free & Assurance,

Daywind Records, (producer) Ricky

Free

 

Gospel Performance of the Year – Cat 5

“I Can Only Imagine” – Tamela Mann,

TillyMann Music Group, (producer)

Myron Butler

 

Artist of the Year – Cat 6

Hillsong UNITED, Hillsong Music

 

New Artist of the Year – Cat 7

Ellie Holcomb, Full Heart

 

Producer of the Year – Cat 8

Ed Cash

 

Rap/Hip Hop Song of the Year – Cat 9

“100” – KB (ft. Andy Mineo), (writers)

Kevin Burgess, Andy Mineo, Lasanna

“ACE” Harris, Joseph Prielozny

 

Rock Song of the Year – Cat 10

Not Gonna Die” – Skillet, (writers) John

Cooper, Korey Cooper

 

Rock/Contemporary Song of the Year – Cat 11

“Love Alone Is Worth The Fight” –

Switchfoot, (writers) Jon Foreman, Tim

Foreman

 

Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year – Cat 12

“Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” –

Hillsong UNITED, (writers) Matt

Crocker, Joel Houston, Salomon Ligthelm

 

Inspirational Song of the Year – Cat 13

“You Amaze Us” – Selah, (writers)

Jordan Mohilowski, Matthew Adcox,

Douglas Fowler

Southern Gospel Song of the Year – Cat 14

“Revival” – Karen Peck & New River,

(writers) Kenna Turner West, Karen

Peck Gooch, Don Poythress

 

Bluegrass Song of the Year – Cat 15

“Won’t It Be Wonderful There” – Dailey &

Vincent, (writer) Mildred Johnson

 

Country Song of the Year – Cat 16

“Love With Open Arms” – Doug

Anderson (writers) Jeff Bumgardner,

Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey

 

Contemporary Gospel/Urban Song of the Year – Cat 17

“Every Praise” – Hezekiah Walker,

(writer) David Bratton, Hezekiah Walker

 

Traditional Gospel Song of the Year – Cat 18

“A Little More Jesus” – Erica Campbell,

(writers) Erica Campbell, Tina Campbell,

Warryn Campbell

 

Worship Song of the Year – Cat 19

“Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” –

Hillsong UNITED, (writers) Matt

Crocker, Joel Houston, Salomon

Ligthelm (publisher) Hillsong Music

Publishing/EMICMGPublishing.com

 

Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year – Cat 20

Never Land – Andy Mineo, (producers)

Joseph Prielozny, Alex Medina,

Tyshane Thompson, Gabriel Azucena,

Ray Castro, Dre Garcia, Alex Hitchens,

Courtney Peebles

 

Rock Album of the Year – Cat 21

Rise – Skillet, (producer) Howard

Benson

 

Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year – Cat 22

Fading West – Switchfoot, (producers)

Neal Avron, the Foreman Brothers

 

Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year – Cat 23

Overcomer – Mandisa, (producers)

David Garcia, Christopher Stevens,

Chuck Butler, Ronald Rawls

 

Inspirational Album of the Year – Cat 24

Hymns – Michael W. Smith, (producers)

Kyle Lee, Jim Daneker

 

Southern Gospel Album of the Year –Cat 25

Oh What a Savior – Ernie Haase &

Signature Sound, (producer) Wayne

Haun

 

Bluegrass Album of the Year – Cat 26

Every Mile – Nathan Stanley,

(producers) Terry Thompson, Nathan

Stanley, Rhonda Thompson

 

Country Album of the Year – Cat 27

Drive – Doug Anderson, (producer)

Wayne Haun

 

Contemporary/Gospel Urban Album of the Year – Cat 28

Greater Than – Tye Tribbett, (producers)

Tye Tribbett, Brandon Jones

 

Traditional Gospel Album of the Year – Cat 29

Duets – Donnie McClurkin, (producers)

Donnie McClurkin, Asaph A. Ward,

Aaron W. Lindsey, Trent Phillips, Justin

Savage, Israel Houghton

 

Instrumental Album of the Year – Cat 30

…to kids from 1 to 92 – Tracey Phillips,

(producer) Tracey Phillips

 

Children’s Music Album of the Year – Cat 31

25 Favorite Bible Songs – Veggie Tales,

(producers) Mike Nawrocki, Kurt

Heinecke, Christopher Davis, Steven V.

Taylor

 

Spanish Language Album of the Year – Cat 32

Aviva – Soulfire Revolution, (producers)

Jeremy Edwardson, Jonathan Berlin

 

Special Event Album of the Year – Cat 33

Cathedrals Family Reunion – Gerald

Wolfe, Ernie Haase, Danny Funderburk,

Scott Fowler, Mark Trammell,

(producers) Wayne Haun, Landon

Beene, Gerald Wolfe and Ernie Haase

 

Christmas Album of the Year – Cat 34

Christmas Is Here – Brandon Heath,

(producer) Ben Shive

 

Praise and Worship Album of the Year – Cat 35

Majestic – Kari Jobe, (producer) Jeremy

Edwardson

 

Musical of the Year – Cat 36

Highest Glory, (creator) Marty

Funderburk

 

Youth/Children’s Musical of the Year – Cat 37

God Made You Special – A Musical

about God’s Love…and You! (creators)

Cherry Garasi, Pamela Vandewalker

 

Choral Collection of the Year – Cat 38

Everlasting Praise 4, (creators) Mike

Speck, Stan Whitmire

 

Recorded Music Packaging of the Year – Cat 39

The Extremist – Demon Hunter, (art

director) Invisible Creature, Inc.,

(design) Ryan Clark (photography) Cale

Glendening, Ryan Clark

 

Short Form Video of the Year – Cat 40

Shake – Mercy Me, (director) Joel Banta,

(producer) Joel Banta, Bilby Films

 

Long Form Video of the Year – Cat 41

Fading West – Switchfoot, (director)

Matt Katsolis, (producers) Chad Butler,

Paul Kerby, Interpret Studios,

Lowercase People

 

Inspirational Film of the Year – Cat 42

God’s Not Dead, (director) Harold

Cronk, (producer) Pure Flix

Entertainment

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About Mike Jones

Michael Jones is the Director of Public Relations for Urban Roundup Group, LLC and Chief Editor of uGospel.com. He began his career in the Gospel Music Industry upon graduating from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. Since then, Jones has had the honor of interviewing Kirk Franklin, Donald Lawrence, Erica Campbell, Deitrick Haddon and many more of Gospel’s elite.
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